|What is the most challenging aspect of teaching for you?
Age and cultural differences with my students as the years go by.
bullying in th staff room and being forced to cheat
I guess, I can be too controlling sometimes. I dont like having to hand over my class to someone else, i guess I have my own style and methods. I think its always a challenge to get students motivated enough they want to work independently at home.
It used to be teaching people who really didn't want to be there. I'd be better now than I was then at finding the key to opening them up.
To evoke empathy with the suffering of sentient beings and identification with the oppressed in students who are at first often indifferent or even hostile to their plight.
Responding to what students are actually learning, within the confines of the institutions' requirements.
how to put an interesting,attractive and understandable subjects for students
Converting people to Christianity God's way, not mine.
Keep them interested all the time, every time.
I find teaching a privilege rather than a challenge!
just to organise semina,dvice, to look for experiences of elderly that they crossed in their life
In the case of facilitating an Esoteric awakening for an individual, the challenge lies in being wise enough to avoid frustrating a student who is not yet capable of awakening to a particular level of Truth. This "wisdom" means encouraging the student to discover from within him/herself, and not forcing upon the student a concept beyond his/her readiness to grasp.
The most challenging aspect of teaching for me is the effort and ideas necessary to teach a student who doesn't understand what I think I have taught. This is the aspect of teaching that has challenged me to learn more so as to be able to convey more to my students. The greater the challenge, though, the greater the reward! Each of my students that has had to work hard has had the best rewards in simple accomplishment. I use whatever it takes to convey the information: flash cards, audio and video presentations, and copywork with repetition. There are some aspects to learning that will "come" in time, though, so I try not to stay too long on a difficult topic that will be repeated later.
Reaching disinterested students, who are asleep in so many ways.
Meeting the needs of the child/ren on either side of 'normal'
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